What happened when man's Venus opposite Woman Ascendant in synastry? How man sees woman?
- JanetLv 71 month ago
This is the same as his Venus conjunct your Descendant. Assuming his Venus is no more than 8 degrees from her Descendant.
(Example, if her Desc. is at 3 degrees Aries, his Venus would have to be somewhere between 25 Pisces and 11 Aries .... and it would NOT be conjunct her Descendant if his Venus was at, say 22 degrees of Aries. So the Signs don't matter ... it is the distance.
What does it mean? It means there is a strong and lasting bond of affection between them. The way he relates and what he thinks loves is about IS the same style as how she is in a committed relationship. But unless they are both emotionally mature they might wreck the relationship anyway.
Every relationship has some degree of conflict and hurt feelings once the honeymoon phase has died out, and love is only 11% of what makes it work.
And every synastry comparison shows some degree of conflict between the two people.
So the more each person takes responsibility, rather than getting angry, blaming someone else or the circumstances, the more the can accept each other instead of trying to punish their partner into change so that they themselves never have to work with their own emotional responses.
Relationships are THE hardest thing we will ever do, and even if a couple makes it to the marriage altar, it takes 20 years for both of them to mature enough to make it work, and only 12.5% of all couples manage to do this.
So, it is good to see Venus conjunct Descendant in the synastry .. but that is only a small part of the picture. It is a good start, but may not be a good finish. Astrology cannot predict if both of you are already emotionally mature, or if both of you WILL become emotionally mature.
Don't jump to conclusions. The astrology only says that this is likely to last more than a year or two. But it does not, and cannot say if the two of you can make it last together.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Uranus needs to be within shooting distance.